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05 October 2010

NHibernate 3.0 Cookbook.

This week Packt published the NHibernate 3.0 Cookbook. Packt are offering all members of the NHibernate community 20% off the book.
The book helps users to get solutions to common NHibernate problems to develop high-quality performance-critical data access applications.
The book, which is 328 pages long, contains quick-paced self-explanatory recipes organized in progressive skill levels and functional areas.
Overview of NHibernate 3.0 Cookbook
  • Master the full range of NHibernate features
  • Reduce hours of application development time and get better application architecture and performance
  • Create, maintain, and update your database structure automatically with the help of NHibernate
  • Written and tested for NHibernate 3.0 with input from the development team distilled in to easily accessible concepts and examples
  • Part of Packt's Cookbook series: each recipe is a carefully organized sequence of instructions to complete the task as efficiently as possible
Is this book for you?
This book is written for NHibernate users at all levels of experience. Examples are written in C# and XML. Some basic knowledge of SQL is assumed.
To get your exclusive 20% discount when you buy through, just enter the discount code NHIBCBK20 (case sensitive), to the shopping cart.
Click here to read more about the NHibernate 3.0 Cookbook.


  1. Hey Fabio,

    I just tried the promotion code. It is not working for me (tried both upper/lower case and NHIBCBK20 / NHIBCBK30) ?


  2. The promotion code work only when you buy from (not from Amazon).

  3. by Julian Copes: "Hi Fabio, the customers must be logged in to for it to be applied"

  4. I was browsing on PacktPub (but not logged in).

    Thanks for asking them!

  5. Created an account and code not valid

  6. and VAT code not valid .... but it's the good one :)

  7. NHIBCBK20 works :)

  8. Book is here. Where is official release of NH 3.0? :)

  9. I tried the coupon


    and I had 40% off.

  10. There is only Alpha, early stage. Where is full 3.0 release? RTM, GA, whatever... :)